When you first get engaged and are thinking about all the tasks you will have to accomplish to get everything planned and ready for your wedding day, you may ponder whether or not you should have your own wedding planner. Sure, planning a wedding is fun, but there are so many little details that are tough to remember and keep straight… which is where that wedding planner would be a lifesaver.
With all of the wedding planning that a bride and groom have to get done, one of the last things on the bride’s mind is what her something old, new, borrowed, and blue are going to be. Choosing those four items may take a little time, especially if you’re looking for some unique items to use. This wedding tradition is one that is quite popular, and depending on the chosen items, they may be extremely important to the bride and her family.
All brides think about their something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue before they walk down the isle on their wedding day. They carry these items with them as a form of luck as they look forward to saying their “I do’s”. Not only do these items represent luck, but a lot of times they are items that are passed down from one bride to the next in a family.
Weddings are filled with all kinds of traditions. One tradition that is a must is “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue!” It is fun in this tradition, that you have your friends and family come together to help you find the perfect item for each one. We found 10 great ideas for your something borrowed that we just had to share… and be sure to check back for ideas for the something old, new and blue soon!
Weddings can be such a fun way for a bride and groom to get creative and express themselves to all of their closest family and friends. Down to the very last detail, couples have full control over what they want their special day to look like. They can show off their personalities in the smallest ways, and while that can be overwhelming and stressful for the bride and groom, there are so many great places you can go for inspiration (like right here on SnapKnot!). Etsy is another great place… there are some awesome Etsy wedding ideas that can help you out with wedding ideas and inspiration!no comments
When it comes to your wedding, each and every bride and groom has their own taste for the theme, decor and colors that go along with the event. Some prefer a more traditional ceremony and reception, with a beautiful white wedding gown and black tuxedos like the photo below taken by True Photography Weddings. Some like the vintage look while others love that rustic outdoorsy type feel. Then you have those that want something even more unique. There are so many fun ways to say I do that the possibilities are truly endless.no comments
Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks for all you have, to count your blessings in life and spend quality time with the ones you love. It is also the start of the wonderful holiday season ahead. What a wonderful time of year and a wonderful time to have a wedding or to get engaged. We have pulled together some awesome Thanksgiving wedding ideas in case you are planning a wedding during this time of year and need a little inspiration.
The colder weather is definitely here in many areas around the country. Winter is the perfect time to snuggle up under a blanket or with our favorite cozy sweatshirt, slippers and the fire blazing in the fire place. It is also a great time for a cool weather wedding.no comments
We just LOVE football season…the cooler weather, cheering on your team and watching the game with your friends and family! Here at SnapKnot we have a Patriots fan, Steelers fan, Giants fan and a Lions fan and we love some rivalries. =)
There are so many beautiful locations to hold an indoor wedding and this location in San Francisco City Hall is simply stunning. Megan with Megan Moura Photography met Ian and Gibb and was immediately excited to shoot their urban chic wedding.no comments